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Atmospheric Deposition to Mountain Forest Systems: Workshop Proceedings April 1984.
Availability and Uptake of Inorganic Nitrogen in a Mixed Old-Growth Coniferous Forest.
Carbon Dynamics of Mexican Tropical Evergreen Forests: Influence of Forest Management Options and Refinement of Carbon-Flux Estimates.
Carbon Pools and Flux on Forested Lands of the United States.
Comparative Water Loss of Douglas-Fir and Oregon White Oak.
Decline of Montane Boreal Ecosystems in Central Europe and the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
Determination of the Microlevel Temperatures during Lake Cooling, Ice Formation, Ice Melting and the Break-Up of the Ice Cover of a Mountain Lake.
Effects of Divalent Metal Chlorides on Respiration and Extractable Enzymatic Activities of Douglas-Fir Needle Litter.
Enrichment of Cadmium-Mediated Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria in a Douglas-Fir 'Pseudotsuga menziesii' Litter Microcosm.
Foliar Leaching and Root Uptake of Ca, Mg and K in Relation to Acid Fog Effects on Douglas-Fir.
Global Climate Change and Diversity of Mycorrhizae.
Growth-Trend Declines of Spruce and Fir in Mid-Appalachian Subalpine Forests.
Hydrologic and Energy Budgets of Stocked and Non-Stocked Douglas-Fir Sites as Calculated by Meteorological Methods.
Impact of Global Change on Terrestrial Ecosystems: Frameworks for Evaluating Agroecosystem and Forest Ecosystem Effects.
Influence of Climate Change on Forest Growth Response to Nutrient Amendments.
International (non-U.S.) industrial pollution prevention : a case study compendium.
Mathematical Cartographic Evaluation of Relative Sulphur Dioxide Values in the Smoke Damaged Area Duebener Heide. (Rechnerische Kartierung von Schwefeldioxyd-Relativwerten im Rauchschadengebiet Duebner Heide).
Nutrient Leaching from Conifer Needles in Relation to Foliar Apoplast Cation Exchange Capacity.
Oxidant air pollution effects on a western coniferous forect [i.e. forest] ecosystem /
Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Pacific Northwest Forest Vegetation.
Proceedings of the U.S./FRG (Federal Republic of Germany) Research Symposium: Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants on the Spruce-Fir Forests of the Eastern United States and the Federal Republic of Germany. Held in Burlington, Vermont on October 19-23, 1987.
Slowing the Increase of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide: A Biological Approach.
Soil Moisture and Temperature Regimes on the Lubrecht Experimental Forest.
Studies of the Forest Energy Budget.
Sulfur content of Douglas-fir foliage near a paper mill /
The Douglas fir tussock moth in the Pacific Northwest : a seminar /
U.S. Forests and Atmospheric Deposition.
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